November 28, 2012 RSS feed / Sports

Downs First Buck

Rebekah Sourbier of Greencastle dropped an 8-point buck with a 20- inch spread on Monday, the opening day of the two-week, statewide deer season. The longest tine on Sourbier’s very first buck is 9 inches. More...

Bags Six-Point

Heath Hilbert of Fort Littleton took this large 6- point buck while hunting on opening day in Berks County, Pa. More...

Game Commission Praises New Law To Increase Penalties

Pennsylvania Game Commission Executive Director Carl G. Roe offered praise for the recent enactment of legislation to increase the penalties for assaulting a wildlife conservation officer (WCO) or deputy WCO. The new law, which takes effect on Dec. More...

Pa. Game Commission Seeks Trophy Buck Poacher

ROCKWOOD, Pa. (AP) – The Pennsylvania Game Commission is searching for a poacher who illegally shot a trophy buck with a smallcaliber gun during archery season. More...

Truax Bags Buck

Troy Truax bagged this buck at 2 p.m. Monday near the farm of his grandfather, the late Floyd Truax. People of the county knew Troy when he was county planner. More...

Racing Roundup

As the 2012 racing is now in the books, let’s take a look at who won track championships around the midstate this season. More...

Downs Seven-Point

Zander Sipes, 9, got this 7-point buck with his Ruger 223 on the first day of deer season. He was hunting with his dad, Jamie, in the Narrows. More...

Gordon Bags Eight-Point

McConnellsburg resident Garrett Gordon took an 8-point buck with a 19-inch spread Monday at 7:30 a.m. while hunting with his extended family in Big Cove Tannery, Thompson Township. The antlers also measured 14 inches high. More...

Father/Son Take Bucks

Father and son Lynn and Matt Hospelhorn of Mont Alto, Pa., travelled to Fulton County Monday for the deer season opener. Lynn, 67, bagged an 8-point buck at 7:27 a.m. More...

Ban On Deer Salt Licks, Feed Stations Proposed

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. (AP) – A Penn State veterinarian is proposing a ban on salt licks and feed stations for wild deer in Pennsylvania following the commonwealth’s first case of a fatal deer disease. More...

Penn State’s 2012 Football Season For The Ages

AP SPORTS WRITER STATE COLLEGE, Pa. More...